ToDo List for 3.7
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Tue Jun 29 14:00:49 UTC 2004
I meant the first one because I was not aware of the second :). So yes
I would like to see them both in too.
On 29 juin 04, at 00:48, Ned Konz wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 June 2004 4:03 pm, Doug Way wrote:
>> * refstream of ted
>> Close call... I assume this is "[FIX] RefStrmObsolCls-tk" which was
>> posted on 3-4-04. This looks like a smallish enough change that
>> it could be squeezed in for 3.7 if someone can give it a good review.
> I see two possibilities:
> (1) is the one you mentioned:
> Change Set: RefStrmObsolCls-tk
> Date: 19 September 2003
> Author: Ted Kaehler
> V2: stef: Changed Smalltalk by SystemNavigation default at the right
> please check. It is really too late.
> SmartReferenceStrm is in charge of converting reading in old .pr files
> taking care of instances of classes that have changed shape. It also
> obsolete classes. It gives the user a chance to name a new class that
> instances will be converted to.
> In 2000 Bob Arning made major changes, but these were never extended
> converting the instances of obsolete classes. This changeSet fixes
> (2) is an earlier one (actually, 2 change sets) that I think has quite
> a bit
> of merit:
> Change Set: ReshapedBlocksInCls-3pt6-di
> Date: 1 October 2003
> Author: Dan Ingalls
> This changeSet allows projects to be loaded even if they contain active
> methodContexts and blocks in classes whose instance variable offsets
> changed. Within reason, of course. The cases handled are addition of
> instance variables, removal of instance variables that are not
> referred to,
> and juggling of the order of the variables. Cases that cannot be
> handled are
> treated pretty much as before, with a warning message citing the
> classes that
> have been reshaped to the point that their active blocks can not be
> set right
> in the receiving image.
> Ted K. modified one more method, to remove the warning when a project
> with a
> block is written.
> This version is for Squeak 3.6.
> A different version of this file works in Squeak 3.4
> I'll look at both of these, but Ted's the expert here.
> Ted, can you give us a hint on this?
> I'd really like to get these fixes in 3.7...
> Ned Konz
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